Welcome to Midlands Movies!
Thank you for visiting. Here you will find a place for local filmmakers and fans to work together to promote the local area especially in creative film.
We regularly cast our eyes over new Hollywood blockbusters as well as local movie-makers & scriptwriters based in the Midlands area plus you can also hear us on BBC Radio Leicester with presenters Ben Jackson & Jack Rafferty.
With plenty of new reviews and features, we have something for everyone including our ongoing list of Film Festivals in the Midlands, 'Spotlight' films, movie groups, shorts and and more from the Midlands and anyone interested in getting involved please email email@example.com
Mike Sales, Editor of Midlands Movies
Check out our new Midlands coverage this month where we take a look at new BFI funded drama short Keep Breathing, acid western Day of the Stranger, new drama school Beginners Youth Film Academy & micro-shorts Jallianwalla Bagh 1919 and Peaky Blinders A New Era.
New cinema and home release reviews include IT: Chapter 2, John Wick - Parabellum, Angel Has Fallen, The Origins of Alien & more.
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We have a unique scene from the upcoming feature film Angel City, written, directed and produced by Duaine Carma Roberts.
This scene features Adaya Henry, Tamaira Hesson, Chereis Sewell and Ackeem Gibbs, portraying the characters of Angel, Raven, Serena and Leon & the film premieres October 18th 2019. Check it out below:
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In August 2019 we spent an amazing day with filmmaker Daniel Alexander who invited us to Birmingham to talk local film, press, marketing and short film festivals to a group of future movie-makers participating in the 'Back In' film development programme.
The programme is aimed to support support BAME filmmakers in Birmingham who will be given the opportunity to develop industry knowledge and professional connections as part of a six-month artist development programme. Click pic for more info